2015 Chrysler 200S embraces modern technology to outshine rival models

2015-04-02 12:21:57
2015 Chrysler 200S embraces modern technology to outshine rival models
2015 Chrysler 200S embraces modern technology to outshine rival models

Owning the 2015 Chrysler 200S is fortuitous for you as it fulfills your driving passion with a potent mill, perfect drivetrain and ergonomically-tuned cockpit. The sedan imports features of a sport car, with enviable performance while it’s a sophisticated and elegant design. Additionally, the new Chrysler incorporates the Sport Mode that is top-ranging in its segment that has various performance-tuned adjustments. Exteriors also depict ingenious styling by the automaker’s artisans in every respect and the cabin is copious with elegant details. 

The new Chrysler comes with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that delivers 295 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of twist, fuel economy on highways checks in at 32 mpg. The engine mates to a 9-speed automated transmission that includes a Rotary E-shift control outfitted in the instrumental panel, it is intuitively operable and does not encroach on space like conventional shifters. 

The steering-wheel is mounted with paddle shifters that offered standard and allow you to keep hands on it while shifting is through tapping with your finger. The new Chrysler 200 is equipped with ultramodern Sport Mode that facilitates a wide array of calibrations to enhance performance, including steering throttle, all-wheel-drive system, electronic stability control, cruise control and transmission shifting points.

Outside, you can tell the Chrysler 200 belongs to a class of its own owing to the class-exclusive gloss accents surrounding the headlights, upper and lower portions of the grille and side windows. The large 19” overly black alloy wheels enhance the dramatic stance of the car.

As for the cabin, the front and rear has copious shoulder room that allows you to stretch out comfortably. The center console is brilliant and ergonomically incorporated; it encompasses a Rotary E-shift, connectivity knobs with pass-through compartment space, climate controls and an electric parking brake. Leatherette seats are offered as standard while ventilation is available for frontal ones. The burly steering wheel is wrapped with leather material too.

For safety, Chrysler could not overlook the trends in modern technology safety equipment that are ubiquitous in most cars. At the fore is the Blind Spot Monitoring that aids drivers to shift lanes safely by signaling you with an image in the matching exterior mirror if a vehicle is in or nearing your blind-spot zone. Similarly, there is a rear cross-path detection system that gives support if the side view is obscured. An image in the corresponding outer mirror signals you when cars trespass behind you from either side. There are eight airbags to cushion passengers in case of a crash, including high-grade dual-stage frontal air bags with advanced venting technology, roof-side rail air bags, driver and frontal occupant knee air bags and front-seat-outfitted side-impact air bags. 

For reverse parking, the new Chrysler 200 boasts a top-notch park-view back support camera that features dynamic gridlines that offer a broad-angle view of the scene behind the car and shows it on the uConnect touchscreen. Dynamic gridlines are nifty as they alter shape with the position of the steering wheel to show the path of the car, enabling you to find your way through narrow spaces.  

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